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Sadly this duckling would only live for about five minutes after this picture was taken. A heron snatched him up carrying him a short distance away before swallowing him.
(Taken with iPhone camera February 6, 2015 in my backyard in Boynton Beach, Florida.)
Harvard joined Yale this week in adopting a formal ban against professors having sexual relations with students. A history professor, Alison Johnson, stated that “We’re not seeing potential romantic partners. We are seeing students.”
The Lord has been good this week. It began with a demonstration of his presence in the Bible Study class that I teach at First Boynton Church. Our topic is Prayer & Revival.We examined the Leviticus record of the Lord granting his presence through the tabernacle and priestly system. As we applied that to our lives, we spoke much of Christ as both our sacrifice and our priest. A healthy session on being filled with the Holy Spirit concluded our time.
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On this Saturday morning the Lord has reminded me afresh of his holiness. I must say that Leviticus gets a bad rap. At least in common usage, it might be designated as the least helpful book in the Bible. Yet in these three chapters that I read this morning, I have tasted the sweetness of God’s word.